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keith2045
Level 9

Rogue Systems with multiple NICs

I have several machines on my network that have multiple NICs on different networks. my RSD sensors keep picking them up and marking them as new systems even though they have an Agent installed. How can i configure RSD or EPO so that it doesnt mark these systems as rogue systems?

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rackroyd
Level 16

Re: Rogue Systems with multiple NICs

If i'm understanding correctly, you'd mark them as an exclusion next time using one of these methods:

Detected Systems page

1 Click Menu | Systems | Detected Systems.
2 From Detected System Interfaces by Subnet pane, click any system.
3 Click Actions | Add to Exceptions. The Add to Exceptions dialog box appears.
4 Click Detected Systems | Exceptions to display the Add to Exceptions dialog box.

Detected Systems Details page
1 Click Menu | Systems | Detected Systems.
2 From Overall System Status monitor pane, click any detected system category
3 From the Detected Systems Details page, click any system.
4 Click Actions | Detected Systems | Add to Exceptions to display the Add to Exceptions dialog box.

This is covered in more detail in the Rogue System Detection product guide. If you don't have a copy you should be able to find a copy by searching on the McAfee service portal.

https://support.mcafee.com/

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keith2045
Level 9

Re: Rogue Systems with multiple NICs

We have a lot of systems, i was hoping for a more automated method, but if this is the method that McAfee suggests then i guess i'll do it.

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